British heavy metal legends, Saxon, have released the second single, “Remember The Fallen”, from their upcoming album, Carpe Diem, set for release on February 4 via Silver Lining Music.
The release of “Remember The Fallen” is also accompanied by a reportage-style video montaged with footage of the band’s individual recording sessions.
Progressive power metal with symphonic influences creating an epic and heroic atmosphere topped with catchy, soaring vocals, melodic solos, thunderous drums, and massive orchestration (crafted by Peter Crowley): that's how the soundscapes of international outfit Induction could best be described.
Originally founded in 2014, the band left their first mark with first single, “The Outwitted Consecration” (2016) before officially entering the metal world with their self-titled debut album in 2019.
Ela Shelley, the daughter of Budgie frontman Burke Shelley, announced her father's passing earlier today in the Budgie fans worldwide Facebook group with the following post:
"It is with great sadness that I announce the death of my father, John Burke Shelley. He passed away this evening in his sleep at Heath Hospital in Cardiff, his birth town.
Heavy metallers, Spirits Of Fire, recently announced their return with new vocalist Fabio Lione (Angra, ex-Rhapsody Of Fire), who joins original members Chris Caffery, Steve DiGiorgio, and Mark Zonder on their second album, Embrace The Unknown.
The album will land on February 18.
1. Dead Lord - Sleeping My Day Away (5:00)
2. Hot Breath - Still Not Dead (3:30)
3. Freeways - Stray Into Yesterday (4:00)
4. Komodor - Set Me Free (2:56)
5. Wolfmother - Joker And The Thief (4:39)
6. The Answer - Under the sky (4:09)
7. Blues Pills - Proud Woman (3:34)
8. Paralyzed - Noise On The River (4:40)
9. Lucifer - Nightmare (5:06)
10. Kadavar - Evil Forces (4:43)
11. Sanhedrin - Wind on the Storm (3:43)
Adventurers, heed the call of Icelandic newcomers Power Paladin as they unleash their debut album, With The Magic Of Windfyre Steel, via Atomic Fire Records.
The six-piece kick-start their journey of conquering the hearts of power metal fanatics globally with a record that delivers nine highly infectious anthems.
Former Kamelot drummer Casey Grillo has been performing with Queensrÿche since 2017, in place of Scott Rockenfield. During a recent interview with SW Wall Music, Grillo revealed he will play drums on the band's new album. Recording is due to begin this month.
Finland’s Amoth featuring Pekka Montin of Ensiferum on vocals are sharing their next single and title track from their forthcoming album, "The Hour Of The Wolf" due out on January 28th.
Amoth guitarist Tomi Ihanamäki: "This is a very very personal song lyrically. There was a time when I couldn’t even listen to the song without getting emotional. I think many people can appreciate the lyrics and reflect them to their own life.